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UK businesses predicting growth superbloom

UK fintech Soldo has today published a new report looking at the anticipated post-pandemic boom for UK business and the challenges/opportunities this presents for finance teams.

Contributor: Devonne Spence, Head of Public Relations - Soldo | Published: 1 December 2021

When promotion leads to managerial blues

While becoming a manager is generally portrayed in a positive light, there is evidence that some individuals experience managerial blues.

Contributor: Nishani Bourmault, Assistant Professor - NEOMA | Published: 30 November 2021

White collar vacancies have begun to stabilise

Data, provided by growth analytics experts cube19, revealed a 4% drop in permanent jobs month on month in October, with contract vacancies also down 3%

Contributor: Ann Swain - APSCo | Published: 29 November 2021

Can there ever be anything even approaching equity in hybrid working?

The Mind the Gap report from Employment Law, HR and Health & Safety specialist WorkNest, which is based on a survey of over 490 employers and 1,000 employees, found that only around half (52%) of employers are confident that office-based and home-based employees will be treated evenly and fairly in the next 12 months.

Contributor: James Tamm, WorkNest | Published: 29 November 2021

Bereavement concerns as death rate rises

Covid has brought bereavement and grief to the fore. While everyone deals with grief differently there are resources that can be of help across many different circumstances. For employers, it is not only about helping the individual directly affected, but also building skills among their colleagues so that they too can cope and offer support

Contributor: Debra Clark, Head of Specialist Consulting - Towergate Health & Protection | Published: 29 November 2021

Trust deficit is impacting diversity efforts

New research conducted by Economist Impact and commissioned by Zellis has revealed enthusiasm among British and Irish workers to contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programmes by providing personal information

Contributor: John Petter - Zellis | Published: 28 November 2021

Latest stats raise further concerns around skills availability

APSCo continues to call on the government to help create a highly skilled, dynamic and flexible workforce to support the extensive job and economic growth that we’re experiencing.

Contributor: Tania Bowers - APSCo | Published: 28 November 2021

UK PLC bullish about the economy

A survey of FTSE 350 companies finds that British boards are aligned on the importance of employees and corporate culture. They are also optimistic about the economy and much more focussed on climate change than was previously the case, according to the report published by The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland in association with the Financial Times

Contributor: Maria Brookes, The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland | Published: 27 November 2021

Record applications as graduate jobs recovery lags

Competition for graduate jobs reached a record high this year as applications soared and recruitment failed to bounce back from the lockdown slump of 2020, reports Institute of Student Employers.

Contributor: Clare Tregaskis - ISE | Published: 27 November 2021